Neuronostics Ltd, today announces that it has been selected by Microsoft for a new programme designed to help startups get off the ground.

Microsoft for Startups will provide up to $500 million worth of sales assistance and Azure credits to startups that qualify for the program, with up to $120,000 in free Azure credits per startup.

Ross Parkman, Technical Director at Neuronostics said, “We are delighted to be accepted into the Microsoft Startups program. They were very interested from the outset in our novel use of technology and wanted to ensure we had access to a scalable Public Cloud infrastructure in the form of Microsoft Azure”

Company MD, Ashley Cooper also commented, “Selection by Microsoft for this programme is an important development for us as validates the potential of BioEP and our commercialisation strategy”.

As part of the Microsoft programme, the company will also gain access to community spaces, such as the Microsoft Reactors venues, where Microsoft employees and startups can come together to share ideas and solve common problems.